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Androids Architecture Components




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             TitleAndroids Architecture Components
         Author:  Mark L. Murphy
No. of pages: 413
         Format: PDF, EPUB, Mobile

Thanks!

Thanks for your interest in Android app development, the world’s most popular operating system! And, thanks for your interest in the Android Architecture Components, released by Google in 2017 to help address common “big-ticket” problems in Android app development.

And, most of all, thanks for your interest in this book! I sincerely hope you find it useful!

(OTOH, if you find it completely useless... um, don’t tell anyone, OK?)


Android And Kotlin Bundle Books From Ray Wenderlich

First-Generation Book

Android app development can be divided into two generations:

  • First-generation app development uses Java as the programming language and leverages the Android Support Library and the android.arch edition of the Architecture Components

  • Second-generation app development more often uses Kotlin as the programming language and leverages AndroidX and the rest of Jetpack (which includes an AndroidX edition of the Architecture Components)

    This book is a first-generation book. It explores the android.arch edition of the Architecture Components and it uses Java for most of the examples.

    Second-generation material can be found in CommonsWare’s “Elements” book series. Of particular note, some introductory Architecture Components material can

Preface


be found in Elements of Android Jetpack.

Prerequisites

This book is targeted at:

  • People who have read the core chapters of the companion volume, The Busy Coder’s Guide to Android Development, or

  • Intermediate Android app developers — those with some experience but not necessarily “experts” in the field

    Source Code and Its License

    The source code samples shown in this book are available for download from the book’s GitHub repository. All of the Android projects are licensed under the Apache 2.0 License, in case you have the desire to reuse any of it.

    Copying source code directly from the book, in the PDF editions, works best with Adobe Reader, though it may also work with other PDF viewers. Some PDF viewers, for reasons that remain unclear, foul up copying the source code to the clipboard when it is selected.

    Creative Commons and the Four-to-Free (42F) Guarantee

    Each CommonsWare book edition will be available for use under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 license as of the fourth anniversary of its publication date, or when 4,000 copies of the edition have been sold, whichever comes first. That means that, once four years have elapsed (perhaps sooner!), you can use this prose for non-commercial purposes. That is our Four-to- Free Guarantee to our readers and the broader community. For the purposes of this guarantee, new Warescriptions and renewals will be counted as sales of this edition, starting from the time the edition is published.

    This edition of this book will be available under the aforementioned Creative Commons license on 1 January 2023. Of course, watch the CommonsWare Web site, as this edition might be relicensed sooner based on sales.

    For more details on the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike 




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